The EEA summarises how indoor pollutants can affect your health issues....
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British Lung Foundation (BLF):

Suffering from Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Asthma and Lung Cancer? Poor indoor air quality has been linked to lung diseases like these. Everyone is at risk from indoor air pollution but if you’ve got COPD, asthma, bronchiectasis or any other lung condition, you’re much more likely to be affected by poor air quality.
Indoor air pollution is dust, dirt or gases in the air inside your home that harms us if we breathe it in.
Indoor air pollution can be caused by many things. These include:
• how you heat your home
• how you cook
• poor ventilation
• damp
• chemicals in cleaning products
• some building materials
If you have a lung condition you are likely to spend more time indoors. This means you may have more contact with things that affect the air you breathe. The BLF confirms that indoor air pollution is linked to increased risk of pneumonia, COPD and lung cancer. Pollution in your home can also increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. The quality of the air you breathe is especially important if you’re living with a lung condition.

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